Schmahmann has a hypothesis he calls "Dysmetria of Thought" which is a theory that the cerebellum may fine-tune our thoughts just as it fine-tunes our muscle movements. He developed this theory after studying multiple patients with damage to the cerebellum and observing a pattern of deficits in the cognitive domains of executive function, spatial cognition, and language. The new research by his colleagues in the computational neuroimaging lab at MGH, affirms that subcortical regions (including the cerebellum) play a role in executive function and memory. … [Read more...] about Alzheimer’s Study Links Triad of Brain Areas with Cognition
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Even if I haven’t overshared about my addiction with you, I’m just a genre of person whom most people in the world would expect to be an addict. In LA, they say, you throw a rock and you’ll either hit a sober person or someone who needs to get sober. People in recovery are so out and proud here that we don’t even realize there’s any other way to be. And writers? Well, we’re supposed to be drowning out our senses to near incapacitation in order to access our creativity. … [Read more...] about But I Thought the Rules Didn’t Apply to Me?